Vibrant, vivacious and in possession of an irresistible charm, the sparkling Spanish city of Zaragoza is a bustling and beautiful city that embodies the essence of charismatic Spanish culture. Enjoying a luscious location upon the banks of the Rio Ebro, the city seamlessly combine the classic and the contemporary with its varied programme of ancient museums, historic monuments and gastronomic gems. Ecclesiastical extravagance exudes from the incredible array of religious architecture, while the tempting tapas bars serve sizzling small plates considered some of Spain's most sublime. Zaragoza is a city that will send you spiralling, leaving you enamoured and enriched by its captivating culture and beguiling beauty.
Hailed as one of the city's most impressive architectural landmarks, the Basilica de Nuestra Senora del Pilar is a shimmering symbol of enormous ecclesiastical elegance. With an origin that dates back to the 17th century, the grand and gorgeous structure comprises of ten domes and a series of increasingly stunning churches. A panoramic lift swiftly transports visitors to the north tower, from which stunning city vistas can be gazed upon.
A museum that exemplifies the city's penchant for alternative culture is the Origami Museum, an enticing and eclectic collection devoted to the craft of origami. Life size structures depict rhinos, shells, ballet dancers and a dinosaur skeleton in an enticing array of origami at its finest. Discover the rich history and complex processes upon the informative panels that accompany the exhibitions.
Considered the holy trinity of Spanish cuisine, El Ciclon Restaurant was recently established by three acclaimed spanish chefs. As you'd expect, the fine fare is gastronomic revelation whose presentation competes with its flavour and flair to create the ultimate dining experience. Set menu's pay homage to both the classic and the contemporary, presently tempting tapas inspired tasting menus and internationally inspired treats.( Plaza del Pilar 10)